A Solar Powered Demonstration Booth at Vanstone Park
You can now discover everything you need to know about solar power and how to make the best use of it in your home at our solar PV panels shack in Vanstone Park Garden Centre.
UK (PRUnderground) October 24th, 2011
We’ve constructed a solar shack, a demonstration booth that can show you just what solar energy will be able to provide for your home and how the finished product will look once it’s installed. The wooden building’s roof is fitted with solar panels so you can get an idea of how they’ll appear to anybody approaching your house and how discrete the technology can be.
The solar shack will also have one of our representatives on hand, so if you find yourself impressed and interested by the idea of turning your home into a source of renewable energy, you can get a more detailed explanation there and then. Our representative can talk you through the systems and products that we have available, as well as talk through the costs with you and what you can expect to see as a result of having the solar panels fitted.
We think that one of the best ways to convince you that a solar PV system is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint is to present you with the facts and demonstrate just how such a system integrates with your home and energy supply. To find out more about our solar panel systems and talk to one of our representatives, why not head to our solar shack at Vanstone park Garden Centre or visit our website: www.solaradvancedsystems.co.uk
About Solar Advanced Sytems:
At Solar Advanced Systems, we provide cost effective solar PV systems that maximise this powerful and free source of energy, reducing your costs and helping the planet at the same time.
Solar PV is a renewable energy system which uses solar PV panels to convert sunlight into electricity. The PV cells consist of thin layers of a semi-conducting material, usually silicon, which generates an electric charge when exposed to daylight (rather than heat); the greater the intensity of the light, the greater the flow of electricity.